Wanderer is an artist that takes his music to the next level and with this latest single he seriously gives it his all and you can hear that in the track.

With Wanderers appealing vocals coming straight in and gives it a smooth running through the song and really makes you instantly go warm inside.
Adding that Indie Pop vibe you hear really gives it that extra light yet still really still has a original feelto it which I love.

This is a song that lyrically and vocally  just instantly puts a great big smile on your face!
You need to take a listen for youself;

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When working for your dreams you work so much harder and with SuperGlu’s latest release its definitely one to take a listen and instantly make you work hard.

A raw punk energy streams through straightaway instantly taking you in to a trance of musical genius.
Such a great track to listen too and the dedication shines through and shows hard work pays off! 

Out on the 25Th November 2016 , grab yourself a copy but take a listen right here;

SUPERGLU also have some shows coming up, all dates below;
Saturday 5.11 – Hunter Club, Bury St Edmunds 

Wednesday 09.11 – Live Nation Source, The Lock Tavern, Camden Town
Friday 11.11 – SuperGlu’s Super Party, The Red Lion, Manningtree
Monday 12.12 – Supporting Asylums, Tooting Tram & Social, London
Friday 16.12 – The Smoke House, Ipswich 
Sunday 18.12 – Three Wise Monkeys, Colchester

Following the success of the EP Horse and latest tracks the four piece will be heading to SXSW 2017 so congratulations is in order and be sure to be hear more from the band!

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What is your name?  Yasmin Natasha


What is your genre of music? 

Reggae, Jazz /Bossa & Pop = Ragga-nova (made up hehe)


Give us a little bio about you. 

I am a London based alto saxophonist singer-songwriter influenced by Bossa Nova artists Astrud Gilberto, Stan Getz & feel good music by artists such as Jack Johnson and Paolo Nutini. Known for my unique tone, flare, contemporary riffs and presenting upbeat, unique and engaging performances. I recently performed for the Amazon Summer Staff party and invited to BBC Radio Solent, Southampton for a jam at the radio station and has performed with Chad Jackson live at The Electric, Brixton for ‘Hear The Drummer Get Wicked’. Yasmin has been working with a number of unsigned artists as Founder of & house band for LiveOnTheRoad Events which is a musician-friendly, branded, hosted, approachable platform for businesses & musicians to come together through the medium of live music and attracting local communities to each event.

I ooze positivity and beach-vibes through my music to inspire people to dance and get through the pressures every-modern-day life.


 Are you a signed? 

No (sadly!)


You are set to release EP, ‘Creases’, can you tell us more about that?

I’m really thrilled to be sharing my first ever EP and sax project to the world which combines reggae, jazz, pop and even bossa-nova inspired by my own favourite styles of music and music I am capable of delivering. The main theme that is evident throughout the EP is the upbeat, reggae-like melodies, which I based on a theme ‘paradise’. Escapism is fascinating to me and my thoughts about paradise keep me going through some emotionally tough times. I want others to learn what their own version of paradise is so that they too can mentally escape from any troubles they are having no matter how big or small J


Describe each track using three words

1) Creases: catchy, summery, inspiring

2) This Is Real: romantic, reggae, pop

3) How We Fly: escapism, love, dreamy

4) On Your Side: saxxy, bossa, nuts

5) Soul in My Shoes: emotional, poetic, progressive


 Will we see any gigs or maybe even a tour with this EP ‘Creases’?

Absolutely! Gigging is my favourite thing, though I look to gig at quirky places and not necessarily venues – you’ll find me at cafes, bars, rooftops and (hopefully) festivals next year for my #GetSaxxy tour in 2017! In the meantime, I’m gigging at places like The Troubadour (Earls Court) Rise46 (Clapham), Fu Manchu (Clapham), Rhythm & Brews Café (Chiswick) until Dec 2016. You can find out where I’ll be via the homepage on my site: – hope to see you all J


You’ve have already worked with so many, ACM, Go Differently Amazon and more, how was that?

It’s been keeping me so grounded working 9-6 at ACM; what better place to develop your passion than by working in music education at a leading institution. It keeps me organised and motivated as well as inspired learning not only about music education, but also learning about music business. I love my job and it compliments my passion greatly.

Working with the Mahout Elephant Project in Thailand was magical and something my mum and me used to do a lot when it came to travelling; we’d always be on conservation excursions such as Rwanda. I am a huge animal lover and it really affects me to hear such tragic things are happening to innocent creatures in 2016. We weren’t able to solve the problem, but I was able to get perspective as to the way of life for not only the elephants but also the mahouts themselves. It makes me realise how lucky we are and to appreciate what we have and of course, wildlife – I think everyone needs perspective now and then J

The Amazon summer party at Olympic Park was an incredible experience, I was so excited and the hosts were lovely (the burgers were bloomin nice too). I was in my element performing at a private festival and would really love to do festivals such as Great Escape and SXSW next year if they’ll have me 😉

All of my music reflects everything I have witnessed and been through. That’s why I can’t wait to share it with everyone!


What has been your favourite?

My favourite experience, was definitely the mahout project. I grew very attached to the elephants but also with a slight guard up. I’ve always been terrible at saying goodbye mainly because of my past family and friend relationships to which I’ve developed an emotional guard. So part of me fell in love with the experience and Bung-Mi the elephant but I knew I wasn’t there for long and saying goodbye would be so difficult. It was emotional and would rather do that than beach it anyday. I couldn’t solve the problem, but I like to think I gave Bung-Mi a week of treats (bananas), love and attention; but Bung-Mi gave me so much more J


You are also working with ‘Live On The Road’, what’s that been like? Can you tell us more about it?

I started LiveOnTheRoad when I was without a job in March 2016 and needed a source of income (lol). I put my strengths (event management) and passion (live & unsigned music) together to create a platform that would help unsigned musicians by getting them gigs with an engaged audience. Being a musician and working at a music academy gave me all the contacts I needed and ever since we launched our first event in June 2016, I’ve been busy securing residencies around London and promoting the branded live music night in the hope of taking it on tour next year (literally on the road). It’s been a great platform for businesses, artists and even myself and made me realise although I was left without a job, it was meant to be as I wouldn’t have created LiveOnTheRoad – there’s me going all philosophical!


Where is your dream venue to play in the UK? 

My favourite places to perform has been on the Urban Arts Stage at OnBlackheath festival in Sept, 2015. We were just starting out but remember the buzz of the festival and also playing with guitarist, Ro Slater, for the first time live. Such adrenaline! I was so nervous but it was a great crowd. Plus Madness had just finished so the crowds were walking past me as I played 😛


 Where is your dream venue to play anywhere overseas? 

Great q! I need to do some research, but I know I’d love to play at a beach and surf festival. I’ve got a weird fascination with surfing and the beach is like where I belong haha! Plus I love Jack Johnson and dream of supporting him – so I’ll go wherever he goes!


Do you have any collaboration with any other artists in the planning?  

I do put some sax on other artists tracks, there’s definitely a few cheeky collabs under my belt.


What made you go in to music? 

The music school was the only place I felt safe during break / lunch times at school. I was bullied a lot and so would hide quite a lot during breaks to avoid confrontation. I started with Piano and clarinet when I was 11years old, then saw one break time a picture of a soprano sax on a poster in the music school and was asked what instrument it was. They said I needed to learn alto sax first, so I did and here I am J it’s the only thing that makes me feel good at something; I was always the kid that worked hard but struggled a lot. Now I can play & make music and work, it’s great!


Do you play any instruments? 

 I do indeed – mainly sax but other instruments are: guitar, singing and clarinent J


 Who are your influences? 

 My dad introduced me to old-school latin jazz and bossa-nova as well as old films such as Pink Panther (Peter Seller) and Carry On. I always loved the sophistication of the choice of music and fell in love with Astrud Gilberto, Stan Getz. Then my modern influences are the beautiful Amy Winehouse, Paolo Nutini and of course, Jack Johnson.


How do you get inspiration to write songs? 

Mainly through poetry. From a very early age I won awards for my poetry and when I started singing (late bloomer at 18 years old) I put melodies to the poems. They had a massive part to play in my escapism from troubles around me.


Where do you see yourself now in 5 Years? 

I’d like to see myself having a decent enough portfolio to mentor, take LiveOnTheRoad global as a live music management company and be renown for my music and volunteering projects.


When you’re not doing music, what do you do? 

 Haha, usually playing Sims 3! Also constantly coming up with ideas for LiveOnTheRoad or working as a Program Coordinator for ACM.


What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?  

 Ah definitely ‘Good People’ by Jack Johnson. That song says what I’m thinking! I started listening to him when I was 16 when I also started playing guitar and couldn’t stop for a bout 2 years!


What’s the best advice you have ever been given? 

 ‘Don’t run before you can walk’


What advice would you give to aspiring musicians not about the industry and just as an artist? 

 One thing I’ve learnt that is a massive part of establishing yourself as an artist, is to enjoy the journey. It’s the most important and fun part of being a creative person and I see a lot in the Academy, people trying to rush this part when it’s the best bit! Think outside the box, don’t perform at the obvious places in front of obvious crowds. It’s like a relationship, things won’t happen when you’re looking, so enjoy being you as an artist then others will enjoy your music.


What quote or saying do you always stick by? 

 ‘Things happen for a reason’ – this is literally the story of my life it’s amazing!


When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?

1) My sax (believe me it happens)

2) Pen and paper – the most important things

3) Sax stand – my sax fell off stage and bent once at a gig at Tower of London (spooky)

4) A jumper – nerves make me chilly

5) My mobile, mobile charger so I can take videos and pics


You are away from home on tour for ages and you get back, where is your go to place in your hometown? 

Home! My family are my best friends, seeing them would be the go-to place. We’re all bonkers so it’s never boring!


Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you? 

Sure do!

• Facebook:

• Twitter:

• Instagram:

• Newsletter:

• Spotify:

• iTunes:

• Website:


What is your name?​ 

Eryn Woods ​
What is your genre of music?​ Pop/EDM/Punk ​

Give us a little bio about you.​ 
I am in my early 20s and I have been doing music since I could talk….I actually was probably singing before even really saying regular sentences. I started working on my solo career when I was a junior in high school with my current producer, ArcDanger (based out of Atlanta). When I graduated I moved to Atlanta to pursue my career and its been an up and down rollercoaster since then!!! Ive had a lot of my childhood dreams come true, being on MTV, sitting front row at a fashion show in NYC, and performing in front of a crowd of thousands…..but I’ve built bigger dreams and I still have a lot to accomplish. But I wouldn’t be doing anything else……Music makes the world HAPPY!!  

Are you signed?
Not at the moment! I am going to dominate the charts with or without a label!​
You are released ‘Rule Breaker’ , tell us more about that.​
 Releasing “Rule-Breaker” was a very exciting experience for me because I feel like I have finally found myself as an artist! And I am able to express who I am and also make people happy at the same time! ​
How long did it take you to write the tracks?​ 
It only took us 1 day to write the lyrics but we recorded it a couple different times because I wasn’t happy with how it sounded…..and I wanted it to sound perfect!!! ​
Do you have a EP or Album in the works if so what can you tell us about it?​
 Yes I do have an EP/Album in the works….its called “REBEL”….it will consist of the tracks; Rule-Breaker, Young & Reckless, Cold World, and many more up beat tracks!!!! ​
Are you heading out on tour or any have any gigs planned?
​ As of right now, I am not planned to be on a tour (but you never know that could change very quickly) but I am doing alot of gigs around the United States to promote my new single, Rule-Breaker. And then I will be heading overseas to continue the domination process 😉 ​
If so which cities will you be going?
New York City NY, Pittsburgh PA, Cleveland OH, Lansing MI, Newport KY, Las Vegas NV, San Antonio TX, Los Angeles CA, Spokane WA, San Francisco CA, San Diego CA, Albuquerque NM, and Phoenix AZ! ​
What made you go in to music?​ 
I feel like I was born into music…..its always been a part of my life! ​
Do you have any festivals you wil​l​ be playing this year?​ 
Not at the moment! ​
​​Do you play any instruments?​
 I can play the Piano a little bit but I would never say Im good at it. LOL ​
Who are your influences?​ 
Cyndi Lauper, Gwen Stefani, Madonna and Michael Jackson ​
How do you get inspiration to write songs?​ 
I just write about who I am and what I think people need to hear! And also things that make people smile!!! To me thats what music is for… make you feel good! ​
Where do you see yourself now in 5 Years?​
 I see myself still climbing to the top until I can’t climb anymore…….World Tours, running my own Record Label, running my own Clothing Line, acting, and whatever I can get my hands on!!! lol ​
When you’re not doing music, what do you do?​ Honestly…..SLEEP and Online Shopping!!!!!! But thats not to often……because im obsessed with my music career! ​

What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?​ 
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun by Cyndi Lauper 🙂 ​
What’s the best advice you have ever been given?​ 
Not to listen to the hater! Cause there will ALWAYS be haters! ​
What advice would you give to aspiring musicians not about the industry and just as an artist?
​ To always be true to yourself and keep working on your craft no matter if you think you can’t learn anymore….there is always something else that could make you better at what you do!​
What quote or saying do you always stick by?​
 “I am who I am!” ​
Where is you go to place after you have been away from home?​
 I am definitely a homebody!!!! ​
When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?​ 
Yellow Wireless Microphone, Lipstick, Converse Sneakers, Fingerless gloves, and a HUGE SMILE!!!!!! ​
Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?​ 
Of course!!! @erynwoods (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & SnapChat) and my official website is


What is your name?My name’s Adam Lanceley

How old are you? 

I’m 34yrs years old

What is the genre? 

My style of music has been reviewed as ‘intriguing’ & and ‘genre – bending’ but I would pin down the genre as alternative/alternative rock with a retro – West Coast flavour.

Give us a bio about you? 

When I was younger, my interests lay firmly on the sports side & in fact I didn’t really have a lot of time for anything musical. I had ambitions to pursue a career in this field & was a talented athlete who loved competing when it came to sport. A serious car crash, though, shattered these goals – doctors at the time thought there was little chance of me surviving – which left me in a coma & unable to walk or talk for some time after this. After a long & difficult rehabilitation period which astounded people around me, going as far as to rejoin mainstream education without having to repeat a year, it became obvious to me that I wasn’t going to fulfil my sporting ambitions, which was hard to accept. I started to get involved more with acting, which was something I’d always enjoyed but hadn’t really pursued at all. It was around this time that I started to realise how inspirational music could be & develop my own, very eclectic taste in music – there weren’t a lot of other 15 year olds at my school who were into The Beach Boys or Elvis Presley! When I was younger, my interests lay firmly on the sports side & in fact I didn’t really have a lot of time for anything musical. I had ambitions to pursue a career in this field & was a talented athlete who loved competing when it came to sport. A serious car crash, though, shattered these goals – doctors at the time thought there was little chance of me surviving – which left me in a coma & unable to walk or talk for some time after this. After a long & difficult rehabilitation period which astounded people around me, going as far as to rejoin mainstream education without having to repeat a year, it became obvious to me that I wasn’t going to fulfil my sporting ambitions, which was hard to accept. I started to get involved more with acting, which was something I’d always enjoyed but hadn’t really pursued at all. It was around this time that I started to realise how inspirational music could be & develop my own, very eclectic taste in music – there weren’t a lot of other 15 year olds at my school who were into The Beach Boys or Elvis Presley!

After studying drama for my GCSEs, I managed to get offered a place at The BRIT School – which I realise was quite stupid to turn down! I did, however manage to find a place at East 15 Acting School – 1 of the centres of excellence for drama – a couple of years after this & didn’t want to make the same mistake twice. This was not a great move though. The method of teaching at Drama School is fairly brutal & due to my personal circumstances, I was too fragile to deal with it. By this time though, I’d been suffering with severe depression for a couple of years & was starting to question why I was being a character in a script exploring issues that weren’t really relevant to me rather than communicating my own feelings & emotions which I was struggling to handle.

After leaving Acting School, it was through a part time job that I got persuaded by a colleague to take up the guitar which regretably I realised I was nothing special at! I did find that all these issues churning around inside me I could now write down & find a tune for – I suppose this was when I first realistically considered a career in the music industry. Before this I was always thinking ‘God, I wish I could do that…’ I suppose this was pretty cool! I was also lucky enough to have a friend from the college I went to instead of The BRIT School who was a sound engineer & instrumentalist. Maybe everything does happen for a reason?


Tell us more about ‘ The Dream Of Yesterday’?

 ‘The Dream of Yesterday’ is a song that is basically about how easy & straight forward life was going to be when I was a little boy. I like to be fairly experimental with my instrumentation & ‘old skool’ production style which might be why I’ve been described as ‘genre – bending’ & ‘intriguing’! ‘The Dream of Yesterday’ is just another chapter of my desire to blend different influences, styles & instruments, so why not check it out & see for yourself!


Are you signed?

 I am not signed, but


Will we see an album? 

The album ‘The Dream of Yesterday’ is is available to free stream or download from most online stores ( iTunes, spotify, etc) & is called ‘Postcards from Then…’Feel free to give it a listen!


Will you be heading out on tour?

 I would love to have plans to be heading out on tour, but for quite a while I have been suffering from an undiagnoseable energy sapping condition which leaves me constantly fatigued. Once this is sorted though, I’ll hit the road!


I love doing what I do with music ( although it is hard work!) & find that you are much less restricted than in acting. Not to say there aren’t roles I could really get my teeth into, but I think you have more of a license to do what you want creating music. If an opportunity came up to play a character that I felt really suited me, then I would, but I think I’ll always have things I want to use music to help me express.

To outline the severity of my injuries from my car crash, I was one of only 150 children in the country to be awarded a ‘McDonalds’ Child of Achievement Award’ such was the staggering rate of progress I was showing early in my recovery. This was presented by the late HRH Princess Diana. As you can imagine, this was a momentous achievement & day but as my recovery took so long & it was fairly early in the process, I don’t think I was in the position at the time to grasp the scale of it.

I believe in raising money for any worthwhile cause & The Brain & Spine Foundation is especially important to me because without advances in neurological treatment that were made prior to my injuries, where would I be? I think people after me should continue to benefit. I intend to release an EP in the future with the proceeds going to this charity


Do you play instruments, if so which ones? 

I would consider myself more a singer songwriter/producer. I do play the guitar, but think my strength lies in the lyrics I write, my delivery of them as a vocalist & my ideas production wise, which I’m told give give the music a style that is entirely my own.


Who are you influences?

 My biggest influence have to be ‘The Beach Boys’. I love the way they experimented with vocal arrangements, harmonisation & mixed it with 12 bar blues & pop music. I think the way Brian Wilson was constantly trying to find ways of importing new, diverse instruments into their music was inspirational. I have also found acts such as REM & The Verve very influential.


Where do you see yourself in 5 years? 

Where do I see myself in 5 years? That’s a tough question! Perhaps I’d rather not think about it! I’ll just try to see where life takes me & hope it suits me!


If you could collaborate with one UK Artist or band who would it be?

My favourite British artist to collaborate with I think might be David Bowie. He was a creative genius with a lot of ideas & I just think it would have been interesting if we had been locked in a room & told to come up with a new song. Wonder what it would’ve sounded like!


If you could collaborate with one USA Artist or band who would it be?

 If you asked the same question about a U.S. band or artist, it would either be The Beach Boys – to keep the West Coast vibe going – or Don Henley from The Eagles. I sometimes record with a sound engineer who did the rigging & sound last time they played The Royal Albert Hall, who spent a bit of time with him. He said what an intense character he was – that might be interesting!


Where is your dream venue or festival to perform at in UK? 

My dream festival in the UK to play at would have to be The Isle of Wight Festival.


What was the song or band that most influenced you to go in to music? 

It’s not really any one song that made me get into music, it’s more a build up of sounds from an era that’s passed that helped spark a passion & give me direction.


If you could have your music played on a TV Show, which would it be? 

If I could have my music played on a TV show, I think it would be Top of The Pops way back when, & maybe my music could be alongside The Stones, The Beach Boys & other music from the era that was part of what got me into & shaped the music I make today.


What do you do in your spare times? 

In my spare time, aside from working on new ideas for my music, I have an unhealthy obsession with exercise! Not great if you’re constantly fatigued – I feel exhausted before the gym, so you can guess how I feel for a while afterwards!


What advice would you give to others in the music industry? 

 The advice I’d give to other people getting into the music industry is: it ain’t easy & it’s better to be lucky than good, so if you don’t love it, maybe you should do something else!


What quote or saying do you always stick by? 

A quote I would always stick by is: if you don’t try, you’ll never know.


Do you have any social media accounts so Fans can keep up to date?

Social media outlets: @adamlanceley (twitter), Facebook ( Adam Lanceley)



What are your names?


Mayflower Madame consists of Trond F. (vocals/guitars), Ola J. K. (drums), Petter M. (bass) and Rune O. (guitars).


What is your genre of music?


Our music seems to belong to several genres: I guess you can call it a combination of dark wave, post-punk, shoegaze and psychedelia.


Give us a little bio about the band.


Trond and Rune have been playing together since they were kids, but this band was formed in Oslo in 2010-11. At first we struggled a long time to find a singer that fitted our sound. After a while our patience ran out and we booked our first gig without actually having a complete band! Trond was “forced” to handle the vocals, but luckily we found out that this was a good solution. We recorded a demo and in August 2011 we were voted “Band of the Week” on a national radio show for unsigned bands. This was a mini-breakthrough for us and gave us a lot of confidence. We played several gigs the following months and decided to release a record. Eventually, in 2013, our debut-EP Into the Haze was ready. It was released “in the quiet” (without any promotion etc.), but it still created a buzz on a bunch of esoteric music blogs. This was another boost for our confidence and we got to play a lot of cool gigs the following year (including two of the biggest festivals in Norway – Norwegian Wood and Oya Festival (the Club Night) – as well as support gigs for some of our favourite bands like Crystal Stilts and Night Beats). In 2015 we released a cassette single on the American label Custom Made Music and a digital single on the Norwegian label Ghost Town Artists and started the recording of our first full-length album – the newly released Observed in a Dream.


Are you a signed band?


Observed in a Dream is released by our own, newly established Night Cult Records in Europe and Custom Made Music in North America, but we have no commitments for the future. So it is possible that our next release will be done by another label. In other words, we are open for offers 


Tell us more about the new album Observed in a Dream.


The music can be described as dark and haunting, sometimes ecstatic and noisy, but still very melodic (and we believe that it’s quite catchy as well). Lyrically it’s a tale about desire, anxiety, instability and longing – and the running order of the tracks is not coincidental: from the smouldering serenity of “Confusion Hill” through the feverish “Lovesick” and the haunting “Weightless” to the dissolvent closure of “Forever // The End of Everything”, it implies the different and fluctuating, passing states of relationships and life itself.


Tell us more about any of your new music you have planned.


Even though our debut albumObserved in a Dream has just been released, we actually finished the recording half a year ago and have already written almost enough material for album number two (which we will probably release early next year). The new songs also clearly belong to our distinctive sound, but they are a little bit more simplistic and “airy”, not as heavy and dense as most of the music on Observed in a Dream. I guess you can still discern a gothic, post-punkish vibe, but perhaps leaning even more towards psych rock.

Who are your influences?
As mentioned, we belong to several genres – dark wave, post-punk, shoegaze and psychedelia – and we try to combine diverse influences from these genres and then process them into our own, distinctive sound. Vocalist/guitarist Trond has a master’s degree in art history and we are also inspired by visual art – especially early 20th century movements like German Expressionism and Surrealism.

Will you be doing any gigs or a Tour?
We have just started the booking process, but we already know that we will be heading to the UK (London) in July and Germany (Berlin/Dresden/Leipzig) in September as well playing some one-off gigs in our home country Norway over the next couple of months. We hope that the London-gig (at The Shacklewell Arms July 29th) will evolve into a short UK-tour and we are also looking to book gigs/tours in other parts of Europe.

Where do you see yourself now in 5 Years?
We have no clue, but hopefully we are writing good music, playing cool underground clubs and reaching out to more and more people.

If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?
We would love to hear George Michael sing one of our tracks “Careless Whisper”-style. If that doesn’t work, we will try to revive Syd Barrett from the dead.

If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be?
We wouldn’t mind having Iggy Pop as a backing vocalist/showman on stage.

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?
We have been to a psych festival at The Shacklewell Arms in London before, and we love that venue, so we are really excited to be playing there. Brixton Academy is probably too big, hehe, and we don’t know that much about other venues or festivals in the UK. Feel free to invite us!

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in USA?
A tour that includes Austin Psych Fest, Cake Shop in New York and The Echo in Los Angeles would be great. Hopefully a dream that will come true.

If you could get one of your music on a TV show, which would it be?
True Detective (but please note that we are talking about season 1 here). Also we would like one of our tracks to be played during the final scene of The Walking Dead (if that series ever end). Especially if it ends with the zombies “winning”.

What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
We generally don’t listen to advices, hehe. Live and learn.

Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?  


Oh yes!


Hook us up here: (this song account is still a bit “fresh” for us, but we will get it swinging soon!)


Buy/listen to our music here:





what are  your Full name?

Franklin Lake

What is your genre of music? Pop/Urban
Give us a little bio about you and you guys as individuals.
TayTay– mixed heritage, bilingual, From Tottenham London Singer/songwriter
Jude Read – Mixed Heritage, Bilingual, From Crawley Singer/Songwriter
Ed Goacher – Ex Brighton & Hove Football player From Horsham
Carl Hainsby – SongWriter From Chingford
How long have you been doing music?

Jude, Tay, Carl have been working writing and
performing in a band together for two years before Ed joined.
What made you go in to music?

Music has been a major part of all our lives, I personally
trained in music from an early age – Jude
Are you a signed?

Yes we are signed to a independant label which distributes through
Universal. – Ed
Following the release of your EP ‘Supersonic’ , how did you feel about the response to it?
We are so new as a group on the scene we were pleased with the warmth the Uk showed
the track, we reached number 9 in the Music Week Pop Commercial chart so we are really
proud of it, Supersonic will be released in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxemburg,
Belgium, Netherlands on June 3rd we are so excited that a label in Europe wanted to
release it. – TayTay

You are also releasing you latest single ‘Fighter’, can you tell us more about it.
There is two versions of the track we wanted to show the diversity in a track, so one
version “ Fighter A Side” is urban/pop and the second version “Fighter B Side” is a pop/
rock version.
We had a lot of fun performing the B Side as it was a completley different sound.
“Fighter A Side” is out 1st April, and “Fighter B Side” is out on 15th April. – Carl

What is the inspiration behind the track?
Fighter” was written about the people that try and put you down and show negativity in
chasing your dreams and all it does is make you “Fight” for what you believe in.
There have been individuals that have been involved with us in some way or another on
our musical journeys and elements of our experiences with them have been put into our
lyrics. – TayTay
Can you give us a hint of what the next album or EP will be like?

One thing we are proud of is material we have always worked on original material, we are blessed to have a working team behind us who work along side Franklin Lake, so an album is ready too go whenever we are ready.
The album will be a timeless piece as we believe we have our own sound, The Franklin
Lake Sound with something for everyone to listen too. – Carl

What instruments do you play?

Piano and Guitar – Jude

Guitar – Ed

Who are your influences?
We listen to so many different genres and we make it a habit every week to select an artist
and listen to their work so everything from Stevie Wonder to the Weeknd – Carl

Will you be doing any gigs or a Tour?

We always have gigs with dates up and down the
country also a tour is being worked into our schedule which will be mental.- Ed

If you are, where are will you be heading?

Essex, London, Wales, Scotland, Newcastle,
Manchester is what we have seen so far on the diary. – Jude
You was at Soccer Six on Saturday 26th March, was you excited to play or see your fans

It has got to be the fans, always great seeing people and taking all those selfies we
also got Easter eggs given to us, everyone is so supportive and we love them all. – TayTay

What the best gift you’ve ever received off a fan?

This is a tough question as everything we have ever been given is so very special so couldn’t choose, – Jude
Im so excited to talk about your new ‘Selfie Phone Cases’ tell us more about them?
Our Selfie cases were launched by a fantastic company Gooey.HQ in London’s Selfridges,
and on the cases are lyrics taken from our first EP “Supersonic”, One case has the lyric “
It only matters when I hear you” and another one has “I can’t talk about it”.
Inside the cases is a little bio about us and all our social media links, these cases are
The fun thing with our cases is that they stick to glass, mirrors, TV’s and for your readers
we have a very special discount code FRANKLIN50 – Carl
How did it come about collaborating with Goo.ey to make them?

TayTay met some lovely people at an event and pulled the whole thing together – Jude
What was the design process like, was it hard to decide which lyrics would be used?

We were fortunate enough to work with a designer “Luke” alongside our manager he played
around with some of the ideas and the lyrics were a really obvious choice and in keeping
with our brand. – TayTay
How do you get inspiration to write songs?

Lyrics can come at anytime, from something you experience in life yourself or something you see and feel, its the creative process
which we all enjoy, a lot of the time we write separate songs and then we come together
with musical ideas that we share with producers some songs work and some don’t the
whole idea is to keep writing. – Jude
Where do you see yourself now in 5 Years?

As long as we are in music we will be happy – Carl
When you’re not doing music, what do you do?

– Play football, Eat and spend time with loved ones as we have to sacrifice time with them to pursue our music. – Ed
If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?

Rudimental would be a good collab we were with them at Soccer Six so would loved to lock down together and come up with a banger. – TayTay
If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be?

For me I would have to say the Weeknd. – Carl
Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?

Our Dream venue would have to be Wembley. – Jude
Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in USA?

How amazing would it be to perform at Madison Square Gardens we would love that – TayTay

What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music

Michael Jackson’s music has been the biggest influence to us all – Jude
What’s the best advice you have ever been given?

Treat everyone exactly the same from a music exec to someone who brings you a cup of tea, show respect to everyone.
What advice would you give to aspiring musicians not about the industry just as an artist?
Keep rehearsing, never stop working on your craft.
What quote or saying do you always stick by?

All for one and one for all, We are Franklin Lake.
When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?

Hairspray, USB, back up for the USB, Water still not chilled and another back up format for the USB.

Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?
You can follow our journey on
Twitter – @FranklinLake_
Facebook –
Instagram – FranklinLake_



What is your Full name?
Benjamin Joseph Edwards

How old are you?

What is your genre of music?
A blend of Alternative R&B, Electronica, Hip Hop and Soul

Give us a little bio about yourself.

I am a self taught songwriter and producer originally from Shropshire and my music takes influence from a range of genres including artists such as Nas, The Fugees, James Blake, Chet Faker, Erykah Badu and Frank Ocean. I Produced my first EP in my bedroom studio at home. I spent a few years developing my craft until I finally felt comfortable with my sound. I am currently at university studying a science degree in Music Technology.


How long have you been doing music?
I began playing my first instrument (the guitar) when I was 16 years old and found my love for production around a year later. In terms of singing, I had no vocal training and was inexperienced but I believe my voice has developed as I’ve matured.


What made you go in to music?
Initially it was more of a hobby but I soon realised my passion for writing and creating music so I made a decision to dedicate myself to it. I decided to study music technology at college to help better my understanding of the music industry itself.

Are you a signed?
Not as of yet.

Your DEBUT EP is out ‘Persistence’ what is the meaning behind the name?
I had a lot of times where I doubted myself when I initially started coming up with the idea of even making an EP, so from day one I promised myself to remain consistent and work hard to achieve what I wanted; therefore, I thought ‘persistence’ was an accurate name to display the time and effort gone into the EP as I’d written and produced every song on the EP as well as painting the artwork myself. On top of this I knew that the music industry would be tough and the only way to strive in the current industry would be by working hard and being persistent.
Tell us more about the tracks individually.
I got lead on by a girl I really liked once and she lead me in to a false sense of emotions. The song is basically me reflecting back on it realising that she wasn’t right for me and she was too immature at the time. As I do with other personal songs I tried hiding the true emotion of it by using metaphors. I tried to create a fairly happy vibed out song using bad connotations.

when writing this I was just finishing college, I’d found out that I had been accepted in to university and wanted to write a feel good song to reflect and talk about how life as it going. I also touched on how although I’m not rich, I still felt wealthy as I had everything I needed to be happy. Summing the song up I’d say simply that it’s a feel good track about me being excited for the future.

Overdue –
I wrote it trying to put across the argument on how the mainstream media and big corporations have tried to condition people in to consumerism and the idea that happiness comes from material items. As well as this i wanted to touch on the idea of how this has sprouted from human ego being out of control within particular people, creating an unfair hierarchy that cleverly hides oppression within lower class people. I basically say how i can see past this and that I’m fed up of it.

Cold Hands
I’d been through a break up a few years before writing this track but I still hadn’t fully gotten over it. I’d had a period where I was going through a low point and needed to overcome some issues and figured writing this track would help to reflect on everything that had happened and from this, move past it. Saying this, I didn’t want everyone knowing specifically what had happened so I wrote it metaphorically to ensure that I could still filter what I needed to say without others knowing the true meaning behind the song. I feel I still managed to get across the emotion and meaning of the song.


How long did it take to complete?
From when I first started writing the first song, which was actually Marigold I’d say it took around 6 months to complete. This was mainly because I had gaps where I was more focused on college work so didn’t manage to spend much time writing and producing but during the last 6 to 8 weeks of this period I spent pretty much all of my time working on the tracks and getting them all polished. I actually lost the original file for Marigold so had to start from scratch… I’d never been so annoyed in my life as I’d spent a lot of time on it but admittedly it came out sounding way better the second time round so in a way I’m kind of happy it happened.


You Produce and Write you own tracks, is it difficult doing both or easier would you say?
I’d say it can be Easier on the basis that you can get all of your creative ideas across more easily without having to confer it with other people as it’s all coming from you. This means you get a good representation of what you want and how you envisioned in your mind. However, it’s a lot more time consuming and can create some self doubt without having someone else to confer with about how it’s sounding. Saying this, I do believe that when working with other people, especially with writing, it can be beneficial as you can bounce off each others ideas and encourage each other. It can also help if you’re experiencing writers block as they could come up with something that causes a spark that you necessarily wouldn’t have been able to create on your own.

How long have you been Producing for?
I’d say it’s been around 3 years now since I got my first DAW but I’ve only taken producing more seriously during last 18 months.

Will we see an album?
I haven’t really put too much thought in to it as of yet. I’m just taking things one step at a time. I’m currently working on a second EP and this will be my next project so yeah, for now it’s not on the cards. But yeah, I definitely want to produce a full album when the time is right.

What instruments do you play?
I play guitar and some keys and am self taught in both.

Who are your influences?
Chet Faker, The Fugees, J Dilla, Ed Sheeran, James Blake, Jack Garratt, Frank Ocean, Kaytranada, J Louis, Erykah Badu.

Will you be doing any gigs or a Tour?
It’s very early days to mention anything about a tour, but it would be a dream of mine to achieve being able to say that I’d be traveling around the country touring and playing my own music for people. However, I do have some low-key small gigs planned out for early summer just to familiarise myself with performing and building on my stage presence and performance style etc.

If you are, where are will you be heading?
Locations aren’t confirmed yet but they will most probably be scattered around the UK.

How do you get inspiration to write songs?
It always depends, but it can be from a personal experience that I use to portray my emotions in to music. It can start from a view or belief I have about something in the world that I want others to hear. Or it can even just something that randomly comes in to my head at the time, a thought or just an emotion.


Where do you see yourself now in 5 Years?
I think its too early to say and I don’t like to get too ahead of myself but I think if I just stick to making music and stick to what I know and love then it will hopefully take me on the path that I’m supposed to be going on. My long term goal however is definitely to be able to have a career in music, be respected for it and able to support my family and along the way hopefully be able to help others to get through certain obstacles they have through listening to and relating to my music.

What Music do you listen to when you’re out?
Tech House, Dub, Reggae, Jazz, R&B

When you’re not doing music, what do you do?
I’m currently studying music tech at university and it is very theory based so a lot of my time is focused on achieving my degree. But other than this I go to a lot of gigs with my girlfriend, play some basketball if I get the time and just generally socialise with friends I guess.

What’s the best gig you’ve played so far and why?
As I’ve just started with my music career and its extremely early days, currently my only official live performance I’ve done as Miller Blue was a live session for BBC Introducing Shropshire. Although it was quite daunting knowing my first performance was live on air, I loved every every second of it and can’t wait for more performances in the future.

If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?
James Blake

If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be?
Childish Gambino

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?
Parklife / Wireless

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in USA?
Maddison Square Gardens

What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?
I can’t say a particular song however, Ed Sheerans’ first ever album ‘+’ inspired me so a lot and drove me to wanting to write and perform music myself.

What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
Someone once told me that no matter how frustrating and agitated I become when pursuing my music, always persevere with it because in the end what you love doing and are most passionate about is what will make you the happiest.

What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
Have long and short term goals you want to achieve, remain focused and channelled in what you’re doing and make sure the music comes first and for anyone who doubts you, prove them wrong because everyone has to start somewhere.

What quote or saying do you always stick by?
“Where there is love there is life” – Mahatma Gandhi

When you care at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?
Gig ticket, Carmex, Chewing Gum, Phone, Money

Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?
Facebook –
Twitter – @MillerBlueMusic
Soundcloud –
Instagram – @MillerBlueMusic



What’s the band called? 
One-Way Song.
Where did the name come from? 
It’s taken from a Wyndham Lewis poem of the same name, a very underrated writer.
What are your full names?
Luke Gilfedder and Angus Macalister, we run the group. Danielle Roseler is a model from Manchester, originally from South Africa, and she is also involved with the group.
How old are you?
We are both 22.
What is your genre of music?
Give us a little Bio of you as a band and individual.
We also run a Manchester theatre group ‘Finn Youth’ which began when we met at Manchester Grammar School. We turned down university to do ‘Finn Youth’, and we had shows at the Royal Exchange Manchester in 2012 & 2015 and on the West End also.
Luke was born in Warrington and Angus in Wilmslow, two very different places! Manchester is like the neutral ground. That’ll be reflected in the music. This first single is very Wilmslow – for better or for worse.
How long have you been doing music?
The group only started in Summer 2015, so not too long really! 
What made you go in to music?
Austerity and/or ‘La Dolce Vita’!
Are you a signed?
No, though we haven’t even looked for a label yet.
What instruments do you play?
We’re pretty much just the fundamentals – Guitars, Synth (the new Korg) Bass and Drums!
Who are your influences?
For music: Real Lies & John Barry. For books it’d be: Norman Mailer, Colin Wilson & Jonathan Meades – they’re all great.
When will your new material be out?
‘When I Was Bully’ – the first single, is out on the 17th October. 
Is there a Album coming out?
Definitely. The debut will be early next year. ‘Passionate Leave’ is the working title right now.
Will you guys be touring and where if you are? 
We will be doing a tour to support the album next year. It would be great to do some stuff outside of Manchester on that tour finally!
How do you get inspiration to write songs?
Inspiration is just life in 2015 really – everything seems to be getting better as it gets worse, everything is becoming more sensitive to nuance as it becomes more orthodox. Young people can sense – and shape through music, film & fashion – all of these changes, but they get too wrapped up in apathy to do anything about it.
Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?
Hard to predict really in the current climate! It’s all about outlasting yourself, keeping the group going strong, and on our terms, as best as we can.
When you’re not doing music, what do you do?
Let football and cheap alcohol shake us to the core. 
If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?
Robbie Williams
If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be?
David Johansen
Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?
The Ritz in Manchester would be good to play one day.
Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in USA?
The Grand Ole Opry.
What do you think of the Manchester music scene? And do you think Manchester could do more for unsigned artist? 
It is ok in places and there’s usually one good thing a week, but Manchester can be very caught up with ‘musical heritage’, and the main audiences seem to be dads or students, or both…
Scenes are always defined by the people who stand outside of them, you can’t ‘inject’ true difference by arts schemes, groups have to build their way up. So when something good comes, Manchester just needs to give it room, and humbly promote its difference.
What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?
Good question… probably ‘A Thousand Lifetimes’ by Glen Campbell
What was the first song you wrote?
It was a song about a few nights in Marseille called ‘Riviera Nightmare’  – we developed it and it’s gonna make it onto the album we think!
What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
Never trust anyone without unaccounted-for years in them.
What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
Do not project what might be, but what should be. 
What quote or saying do you always stick by?
“Life is hard when no-one knows the importance of it” – Nijinsky
When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you cannot forget?
All the usual things really:
– Is everyone there on time
– Is everyone in the right frame of mind 
– Is everything set up right
– If you’re working with people at the venue, making sure they are on the same page as you
– Stay behind for a drink afterward if the venue is alright!
Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?
Yes, everyone can follow 1WS (One-Way Song) on


What’s the band called?

What are your full name?
Laurin and Nico Greiter

How old are you?
Laurin: 16, Nico: 21

What is your genre of music?
Pop, Rock, Singer/Songwriter

How long have you been doing music?
Since we were little. But as a duo-band together, since around two years.

What made you go in to music?
We always loved singing. Laurin started to like it, when he went to the kindergarden in Fiji (we stayed there for 1/2 year). Nico decided to learn playing the guitar around 11 years ago. That was because of his grandmother, who still plays guitar. She is now over 80 years old and still has a band 😉

Are you a signed ?
We signed with a label to release this one song, but we didn’t sign a bigger deal there yet.

What instruments do you play?
Laurin: Singing, Piano, Drums
Nico: Singing, Piano, Percussion, Guitar, Ukulele

Who are your influences?
The Beatles, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Green Day, Michael Jackson, Maroon 5, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran,..
Our music is influenced by a lot of different musicians and different styles.

When will your new material be out?
At the moment we’re concentrating on this song, Back At The Playground. But in a few weeks, we’ll meet up in the studio, to do some new stuff. We have some cool other songs we really want to record.

What is the meaning behind Back at the Playground?

It is about taking everything a bit easier. When people get older, they become more and more serious, and loose the child in themselves. We just want to remind them of having a little more fun again and taking everything a bit easier.

Is there a Album coming out?
We already have a lot of songs, so we just need to record them. An album will definitely  be our next project.

When will you guys be touring and where if you are?
At the moment we have a lot of concerts in our home country Austria, and in Germany. We are planing, to come to the UK in the beginning of 2016, but there’s nothing fixed yet.

How do you get inspiration to write songs?
We always think about situations in our lives and then write about it. Sometimes it’s like a therapy. But sometimes there’s just a little melody in my head and i think “wow, that’s cool!” and write it down. You can get inspiration from everywhere.

Where do you see yourself in 2-5 Years?
Well, if we could decide, what we’ll be doing in 2-5 years, we would tour around and make all our money with our music. It’s really our goal, to make it to our job.

When you’re not doing  music, what do you do?
We’re going to school and university. And in our free time we love to dance, play football, play fifa, or just meet our friends.

If you could collaborate with one UK Artist who would it be?
Ed Sheeran!

If you could collaborate with one USA Artist who would it be?
Well, since When you’re not doing music, what do you do? Jackson is dead… It would be Bruno Mars, probably.

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in UK?
Well, there are a lot of great festivals in the UK, we would love to play at, some day. For example Boardmasters, V Festival, and and and.. And it would be great to once play in the O2 Arena.

Where is your dream venue or festival to perform in USA?
The biggest dream of every musician is the halftime show of the superbowl. All the legends played a show there. Michael Jackson, Madonna, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry,… But of course, it’s a long way to get there 😉

What was the song you listened to most that influenced you to go more in to the music scene?
The song, that made us play together (singing, guitar and drums) was Knocking On Heavens Door by Bob Dylan. We listened to this a lot. And also a lot of Beatles songs influenced us in our early times. Like Let It Be, for example.

What was the first song you wrote?
Nico: I started experimenting with songwriting, when i was around 9 years old. But the first song with guitar and two voices, I wrote with 12 years. It’s called Dream To Be Free and is about my wish to learn flying.

What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
Our parents always said, we should live in the moment. The past has happened and the future will be, but you can only live in the here and now. It changes a lot, if you think about it and live like this.

What advice would you give to aspiring musicians?
Always keep on doing, what you want to do. It’s a hard buiss, a lot of work and a long way. But never forget your goals and if you keep on trying, some day you’ll reach them. It helps to do this step by step. A first goal could be, to get in the radio or the newspaper. The next one could be to get air-play or to get in the charts. But it’s important to always practice and keep on doing your thing, if you want to be in music business. Go everywhere you can, to get new contacts and meet new people, who can bring you further.

What quote or saying do you always stick by?
There will always be an happy end. And if it’s not happy – it’s not the end.

When you are at a gig, what are 5 things you can never forget?
The location its self. It’s something we usually always remember. Another thing is, the new people we meet there. At the most gigs, there are a lot of great other musicians and it’s always nice to meet somebody new. Then there is this special feeling on stage, when you see the people dancing or listening to your music, or even singing with you. And what we also don’t forget, is the clothes we have worn at the gig. Of course we also remember the songs we sung there.

Do you have social media accounts so your fans can follow you?